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Open source for 1D, 2D and 3D game development in Javascript

Ok, 1D might not exists as such, but let's use it for the purpose of this blog post.

These are the frameworks and languages we use to develop games on the categories mentioned before.

1D: Just plain old Javascript. Add some images using the DOM, style with CSS and you are done.

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2D: Phaser.IO This framework has all you want to create commercial quality games for the browser.

  • Sprites
  • Physics
  • Particles
  • Input
  • Sound
  • Preloaders
  • And a long etc

3D: Three.JS An excellent framework for those looking to create more immersive experiences that span the three axis.

What do you use?

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